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CLAC's Resource Library contains many resources on key populations. To make a general search, add your keywords to the Search box Submit resourceslocated in the upper left corner of the website. For a more detailed search that yields fewer (and more relevant) results, use the various search filters on this page. To start, choose a topic from the dropdown menus below to generate a list of those resources — then use the other filters to narrow your results. After you have generated a list of resources, you may select specific resources by clicking on the headline/title of that reource. Indiviudual resource pages offer you the option to browse similar resources by searching key population, language, theme, and keyword tags. We welcome your contributions!  

 

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Investigación para la acción: comprensión de las experiencias de violencia basada en género y respuesta para mejorar programas de VIH Investigación para la acción: comprensión de las experiencias de violencia basada en género y respuesta para mejorar programas de VIH
Type of content Success story, Research, Reports

De 2015 a 2017, el proyecto LINKAGES, el PNUD y la Universidad de las Indias Occidentales colaboraron con hombres homosexuales y otros hombres que tienen sexo con hombres, trabajadoras sexuales y mujeres transgénero en El Salvador, Haití, Trinidad y Tobago y Barbados. llevar a cabo investigaciones participativas sobre la violencia de género (VBG) y el VIH. Se capacitó a miembros clave de la población como recolectores de datos y se realizaron 278 entrevistas estructuradas con pares. Esta historia de éxito, que también está disponible en francés y español, destaca los hallazgos del estudio y describe cómo LINKAGES, el PNUD y los socios locales han utilizado la investigación para abordar la VBG dentro de las políticas y la programación de prestación de servicios para el VIH.

Recherche pour l’action : Comprendre les expe’riences de violence base’e sur le genre et la re’ponse pour ame’liorer les programmes de lutte contre le VIH Recherche pour l’action : Comprendre les expe’riences de violence base’e sur le genre et la re’ponse pour ame’liorer les programmes de lutte contre le VIH
Type of content Success story, Research, Reports

De 2015 à 2017, le projet LINKAGES, le PNUD et l'Université des Indes occidentales ont collaboré avec des homosexuels et d'autres hommes ayant des rapports sexuels avec des hommes, des prostituées et des femmes transgenres au Salvador, en Haïti, à Trinité-et-Tobago et à la Barbade. mener des recherches participatives sur la violence sexiste et le VIH. Les membres de la population clé ont été formés comme collecteurs de données et ont mené 278 entretiens structurés avec des pairs. Cet exemple de réussite, qui est également disponible en anglais et en espagnol, met en évidence les résultats de l'étude et décrit comment LINKAGES, le PNUD et les partenaires locaux ont utilisé la recherche pour traiter la violence liée à l'appartenance sexuelle dans les politiques et programmes de prestation de services liés au VIH.

Research for Action: Understanding Gender-Based Violence Experiences and Response to Improve HIV Programming Research for Action: Understanding Gender-Based Violence Experiences and Response to Improve HIV Programming
Type of content Success story, Research, Reports

From 2015 to 2017, the LINKAGES project, UNDP, and the University of the West Indies collaborated with gay men and other men who have sex with men, female sex workers, and transgender women in El Salvador, Haiti, Trinidad and Tobago, and Barbados to conduct participatory research on gender-based violence (GBV) and HIV. Key population members were trained as data collectors and conducted 278 structured interviews with peers. This success story, which is also available in French and Spanish, highlights study findings and describes how LINKAGES, UNDP, and local partners have used the research to address GBV within HIV service delivery policies and programming.

Differentiated Care for Antiretroviral Therapy for Key Populations: Case Examples from the LINKAGES Project Differentiated Care for Antiretroviral Therapy for Key Populations: Case Examples from the LINKAGES Project
Type of content Success story

An estimated 37 million people are living with HIV today. Differentiated antiretroviral therapy (ART) delivery, a part of differentiated care, aims to improve retention and viral suppression by optimizing models of drug and care delivery. Models fall into four categories: health care worker-managed group; client-managed group; facility-based individual; and out-of-facility individual. The case studies presented here from FHI 360’s LINKAGES projects in Botswana, Haiti, Kenya, and Malawi are examples of the out-of-facility individual model, sometimes referred to as the community model.

LINKAGES Acceleration of Country Success Stories LINKAGES Success Story Acceleration

This document is a compendium of success stories, focusing on how the LINKAGES project's acceleration initiative introduced key technical interventions and supported their implementation and scale up at the country level for key populations HIV programming.

USAID West Africa Success Story: HIV Prevention and Treatment Reminders- As Close as your Mobile Phone USAID West Africa Success Story: HIV Prevention and Treatment Reminders- As Close as your Mobile Phone
Type of content Success story

This success story on the mHealth campaign was developed as part of the USAID-funded Regional HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Project (PACTE-VIH) to remind recipients to take their antiretroviral drugs as prescribed; systematically use condoms and lubricants during sexual intercourse; check their HIV status every three months; and to visit HIV testing and counseling services and seek early treatment for sexually transmitted diseases.

partnerships bring hope to vulnerable people USAID West Africa Success Story: Partnerships Bring Hope to Vulnerable People
Type of content Success story

This success story documents the Third Regional Meeting on Key Populations in Yaoundé, Burkina Faso, which focused on the urgent needs of populations most vulnerable to HIV. The September 2016 meeting was hosted by the PACTE-VIH project and broke new ground by bringing together leaders from many small communities of men having sex with men and female sex workers—those among the most vulnerable to HIV—to partner with public health professionals, ministers and other senior government officials, international officials, and donor agencies.

USAID West Africa Success Story: Police Training in West Africa Improves Lives of Vulnerable Populations USAID West Africa Success Story: Police Training in West Africa Improves Lives of Vulnerable Populations
Type of content Success story

This success story features police outreach efforts and training to help law enforcement understand how creating fear among FSW and MSM discourages them from seeking health services for HIV and STI prevention. These efforts are part of the five-year, West Africa Regional HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Project, known in the region as PACTE-VIH, managed by FHI 360.

USAID West Africa Success Story: Shaping HIV Prevention Attitudes of and through the Media USAID West Africa Success Story: Shaping HIV Prevention Attitudes of and through the Media
Type of content Success story

This success story focuses on training workshops to raise awareness among media owners, editors, and reporters about the discrimination and violence toward key populations.The workshops—sponsored by the USAID-funded Regional HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Project (PACTE-VIH)—were the result of alliances formed between the media, HIV responders and members of vulnerable communities.

USAID West Africa Success Story: Unique Identifier Code: Protection Through Anonymity USAID West Africa Success Story: Unique Identifier Code: Protection Through Anonymity
Type of content Success story

This success story documents the use of Unique Identifier Codes (UICs) developed by the PACTE-VIH project to guarantee anonymity and increase precision in treatment of HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among key populations in Burkina Faso and Togo. With the UIC card, individuals can visit any health services center to get treatment and advice without risk.

Strengthening community capacity through the provision of peer-led technical support.